Depth of Speed: A Car Show Born

The efforts required to organize and host a car show is probably beyond what most people imagine. Josh Clason visits with Jordan Melville to see the process behind putting on a car show as Euro Sl,ut Fest recently welcomed over 400 plus custom European cars which was accompanied by T-shirts, awards and a free BBQ. . HBTV: Depth of Speed – A Car Show Born from HBTV on Vimeo.

Interview Magazine: Tyler, the Creator Interview

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Love them or hate them, the Odd Future gang doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon. From press junkets to European tours, Tyler and his crew have become veritable celebrities – respected by fans and fellow artists alike for their raw, sparsely-produced and at times bizarre forays into the world of hip-hop. New from the late Andy Warhol’s gem of a magazine, Interview, comes an (you guessed it) interview with … Read More →

Longboarding: French Fries and Dogs Eyes

Here’s a new longboarding video featuring Jackson Shapiera and Maxim Garant as they join together and burn urethane down a beautiful hill. Well-produced, the short video offers a peaceful and carefree vibe with a nicely matched soundtrack from Sam Peters. Check it out and let us know your thoughts! Source: mashKULTURE .

Beavis and Butthead 2011 Preview

Arguably the quintessential off-color cartoon with mainstream attraction, Mike Judge’s original Beavis and Butthead spanned a successful four-year run with 200 episodes to its name. Having ended in the late ’90s, the degenerate duo are slated to return this fall as creator Mike Judge unveiled a four-minute preview clip at Comic-Con. The style is trademark Beavis and Butthead without any real modernization of style, although there does feature some commentary … Read More →

Running on Empty (Revisited for Carmaggedeon)

People who live in LA will be quite familiar with the term Carmaggedeon, a reference to the horrifying reality of a shutdown of the 405 Freeway looming over residents’ heads. In tribute to this event, an isolated and bizarre one for car-obsessed Californians, Ross Ching remastered his well-known “Running on Empty” video of major LA areas without cars. If you’re wondering how he did it, Ross painstakingly taped every inch … Read More →

GoPro HD: Skateboarding Bucky Lasek’s Backyard Bowl

GoPro recently caught up with professional skateboarders Bucky Lasek and Andy MacDonald. As the two were riding through the bowl that Lasek has set up in his own backyard, they thought it would be the perfect opportunity to test out GoPro’s new HD Hero camera. Strapping the devices onto everything they could (including the undercarriage of their skateboard decks), the two were able to capture some great footage. Check it … Read More →

Crack The Surface: Episode 1

Offered up is the premier episode in a series of upcoming short documentaries focused on the culture of urban exploration. The first episode revolves around various subways, with commentary from people in the field. What are your thoughts on this? Source: FRESHNGOOD.COM . Crack The Surface – Episode I from SilentUK on Vimeo.

Unbeleafable: A Girl Skateboards 3D Film

Made in collaboration with the Levi’s Film Workshop, this short film directed by Ty Evans was originally produced in conjunction with the MOCA’s “Art in the Streets” exhibition. Filmed in 3D, the video features an appearance by a number of different professional skateboarders including Vincent Alvarez, Brian Anderson, Cory Kennedy, Eric Koston, Stevie Perez and more. Watch as the boarders grind and shred their way through a skate course filled with … Read More →

Defgrip: Nike Pool

Back in May, much news surrounded Nike’s innovative “Pool” transformation. Taking an old 1970s swimming pool in Dagenham, the facility was made into a BMXer’s paradise with workshops alongside demos. On hand was the Defgrip crew who put together their own cut of the weekend that spans not just the riding, but the behind-the-scenes as well. . Nike Pool from Defgrip on Vimeo.

TEDTalks x Bloomington: “Gaming The Streets: Uncommissioned Art”

Champions of the street art scene, Wooster Collective’s Marc and Sara Schiller were recent guests at the TEDxTalks in Bloomington in June. Holding the title of both author and website publisher, the couple speak on the topic of “Gaming The Streets: Uncommissioned Art” which details the beautification of street art with specific examples. .